Slashdot is a technology-related news website that offers news and information in the categories of science, security, cloud, hardware, linux, management, mobile, and more.
Each story published in Slashdot has a comments section attached to it. Summaries of stories and links to news articles are submitted by Slashdot's own readers, and each story becomes the topic of a threaded discussion among users. These discussions are moderated by a user-based moderation system.
Slashdot is run primarily by a handful of editors and coders: Kaushik Acharya, David Hand, Tim Vroom, Wes Tapp, Jenny Steele, and Chris Inman.
Slashdot was created in 1997 by Rob Malda and now it is owned by Dice Holdings, Inc.
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